The Treasury will today unveil £50 billion of support for large-scale infrastructure projects, but insists the money is not an economic "Plan B".
The Treasury will today unveil £50 billion of support for large-scale infrastructure projects, but insists the money is not an economic \"Plan B\".
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Kate Devlin UK Political Correspondent
In another show of Coalition unity after last week's damaging House of Lords row, the announcement will be made jointly by Tory Chancellor George Osborne and LibDem Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander.
They will outline plans to boost the economy, days after the International Monetary Fund (IMF) slashed UK growth forecasts by more than for any other developed country.
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